Teacher Wellness (International Version)
Time & Location
About the Event
Psychologial Well-being of teachers is highly correlated with job satisfaction, student well-being and academic achievement. It is therefore imperative for all stakeholders to focus on this factior. A good lifestyle positively associated with psychological
well-being (Kawada, Otsuka, Inagaki, Wakayama et al. 2011), but also the quality of work life significantly influences an individual’s non-working life (Rathi, 2009). So, PWB influences an individual’s work life, personal life and overall well-being, and in return, job satisfaction, and being free from stress, tension, anxiety, boredom, frustration, loneliness, and alienation is needed for PWB (Al-Qutop & Harrim, 2011).
In this workshop, you will learn:
* Approaches to well-being.
* Identifying and fixing root causes, such as the social, cultural, and historical influences (e.g., lack of support or growth opportunities, inadequate pay, policies that inhibit teacher autonomy, etc.).
* Communication and Wellbeing
* Collective Well-being
* Differentiation and Self-awareness
So join us in the JARS Meeting room as we explore and learn how to live our lives balanced as teachers and professionals.
An Evidence Based Approach - Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Seminar
Who Should Attend?
Mental health Workers, Coaches, Victims of Abuse, Loss and Abandonment, Community members, Students, Professional, Religious leaders, Health workers, Police Officers...
Date: 20/11/2019 @ 10:00 a.m
Venue: Yaba, Lagos (TBD);
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A Training of Jars Training Group
Apply Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Principles
Learn The Following:
Understand Secondary Stress
Vicarious Trauma Impact
Through A Trauma Lens(Stewardship)
TIC Application - Explore what Organizations and Individuals can apply